Women Should Be in the Maliltary

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Yes, women should serve in the military.
Women can provide administrative support instead of being in combat positions. With the help of technology and computers, women would be able to help protect their countries and their loved ones living in their countries even without going to battlefields to fight and kill. So, why shouldn't women serve NS? They should be allowed in combat.

They should be allowed to be in combat because it is their life's choice, so if they want to die in battle, fighting for our country they should be allowed to do that. It's their freedom to help their country and they have every bit as good of stamina as men do, so you can't say that men are more robust. They aren't born like that and neither are women, they have to work at it and they will achieve it. I think that Women Should.

I think that women should be allowed to join the army. That women are slightly weaker physically, does not prevent them to be brave and that they will help other people in war zones and they will bombard their homeland as any other. It is not harder for a woman to kill a man. It depends on how well they are prepared and how much you care about the issue, and who says women can not be involved? Never underestimate what a women is capable of.

Yes, women are not as strong as men. But they sure can do the job. Everyone judges just because they think a women can't do a man's job which isn't true. Women should be able to do what they want and the way they want to do it. Underestimating a women shouldn't even be something considered. We can fight, we can give our nation pride! Women are no different.

Women are no different in combat than men. They may not be men but they can fight just like if they put their hard work into it. They are hard working. They can protect themselves and they can act to the best interest in the wars. They work just as hard. Women are sometimes much braver than men.

Those women who have had children have pulled through the pain of giving birth, which men do not know about. That means that the women are much braver than the men. Thus maybe in a war those women that are shot can continue to strive and defend the country better than the men. Don't underestimate women.

If women want to go to combat, then they're already aware of what they are going to face with. There is no need to underestimate them. Let the females pave the path for the males who even wish to have a position in the military. Women and men are equally made despite our reproductive organs. Women should be allowed.

Women should be allowed because just because we are smaller and maybe just a little bit less stronger then men shouldn't mean that we can't fight. Men have weak points that women don't, and if they train hard enough they could be skilled with a hand knife. This country wouldn't be free if they didn't let us fight for our country. Also women have the same rights as men. Women should be allowed.

Women should be allowed because just because we are smaller and maybe just a little bit less stronger then men shouldn't mean that we can't fight. Men have weak points that women don't, and if they train hard enough they could be skilled with a hand knife. This country wouldn't be free if they didn't let us fight for our country. Also women have the same rights as men. If you can, and want to, then do so!

Most of the arguments against are based on old stereotypes which have no basis in reality. People erroneously focus on gender instead of individual differences. Whilst some men are not up to army life, there are some women who couldn't hack it either. Women are better at endurance than men, are better able to manage pain. They are also better communicators. Lots of women are able to pass the training and are up to the challenge of warfare. There is a lengthy history of women in the military dating back hundreds of years. It seems that only in more recent years have women been deterred from pursuing active, aggressive roles...
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